told by this epic is simple, progresive and unequivocal. like
the Creation Story in Genesis, it has seven parts - and,
at the end, those who brought about the Creation, rested. The
account, unlike Genesis, is completely believable once it has
been accepted that Shining Ones descended from the Astral
Region to assist in the development of tribal Mankind to a civilized
the seven parts:
1. A group
of alien Sages, referred to as the Shining Ones, on account
of their refulgent appearance, descended on a mountainous area,
close to Mount Hermon, and settled in a fertile, inner-montane
valley. They called the general area - Eden; and the place where
they lived and worked - Kharsag.
they arrived, the local tribes-people were primitive; they wore
skins and furs, and lived in mountainous caves; they lived by
foraging and, probably, by hunting.
3. The aliens
ploughed the land, formed enclosed fields, sowed grain of at
least three, if not four, different kinds; planted fruit-trees,
and trees for shade; and, liberally irrigated it all.
domesticated sheep and cattle, and housed them in permanent
buildings with running water.
5. The sheep
and cattle prospered, the harvests were good, and much surplus
food was produced. The local tribes-people were invited in -
as partners and helpers - to share the bounty.
6. A Reservoir
was constructed in the higher country to provide the water for
irrigation, all the year round.
7. The aliens
built houses for themselves of cedar-wood - including one, large,
bright principal dwelling.